'I’m the greatest fighter that has ever lived': Ex-UFC champion Ronda Rousey says she only lost fights due to concussions

‘I’m the greatest fighter that has ever lived’: Ex-UFC champion Ronda Rousey says she only lost fights due to concussions


Former UFC champion Ronda Rousey coined herself as the greatest fighter of all time, along with claims that she wasn’t promoted very much by the UFC.

Rousey became the UFC bantamweight champion in December 2012 after fight promotion Strikeforce was absorbed by the UFC. She remained champion for over 1,000 days and had six title defenses before suffering her first loss in a fight to Holly Holm in November 2015.

It was more than 13 months before Rousey fought again, losing to title holder Amanda Nunes, who remained champion for nearly 2,000 days and won seven title fights over two tenures.

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During an interview with podcaster Valeria Lipovetsky, Rousey explained why she felt she lost her final two bouts and attributed much of her poor performance to neurological

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